Sarah Cosgrove – aka Low Girl – releases her new song, “Big Now”, today, the title track of her forthcoming debut EP, out at the end of April.
‘Low Girl’ hails from the UK and has already dipped her toe in the water with “ICU” last year. Now she releases the alt-pop/electro-pop anthem, “Big Now” as a taster of the 5-track EP.
“Big Now” was born out of a frustration over climate change that had been building for years and sparked by the ‘every man for himself’ attitude Low Girl was seeing all around her at the start of the pandemic last year. As Sarah tells us: “Above all, this song is a plea to be heard and understood. It’s about destroying the planet for wealth that you don’t take to your grave. And it’s to remind myself to fight apathy whenever I feel it stirring inside me”.
The 24 year old started writing songs at the age of 12 in her hometown of Hemel Hempstead, using the process as a coping mechanism during what she describes as “lonely teenage years”. In the time since, she has been busily honing her craft, with a focus on writing about universal themes and emotions from a singularly feminine perspective. With influences ranging from The Beatles to King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard the quality of her own larger than life sound and scope never detracts from her own unique identity and song writing ability.
The “Big Now” EP will be followed in October with a second helping of new songs from ‘Low Girl’ – Sarah means business! And with previous support from BBC Introducing and 6Music, Low Girl may very well be high profile girl very soon…”
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